Abandoned Vehicles on Private Commercial Land
Do you have abandoned vehicles on private commercial land causing a nuisance, taking up parking spaces or looking a mess?
Then CMD Enforcement can help you remove these unauthorised vehicles safely and legally completing the process from start to finish.
If someone has left an abandoned vehicle on your private commercial land, Collect My Debt can help. Abandoned vehicles can be problematic for many reasons. Not only can they be a nuisance, they can be off-putting, prevent access from being gained to certain areas and can take up parking spaces. At Collect My Debt, we have a great deal of experience when it comes to assisting clients who need to remove abandoned vehicles and can be counted on to do everything in our power to resolve the situation.
CMD Enforcement are a leader in the removal of unauthorised vehicles on commercial private land. We have over 24 years experience in abandoned vehicles and associated issues.
Our specialist agents can provide the following services to ensure the land is cleared:
- All legal notices and warnings
- Secure vehicle hand-over service
- Planning and risk assessment of the operation to impound, including police liaison and support
- Full impoundment service
- Sale or disposal
Decades of experience
We can complete the process from start to finish, safely and legally until the vehicle is completely removed from your premises. All you need to do to get started with removing an illegally parked vehicle is instruct us via our website or by calling us. We have been carrying out this work for more than 24 years and are able to provide a range of services to clear abandoned vehicles from your private space, such as serving legal notices and warnings, enlisting the support of the police, carrying out planning and risk assessments and offering a secure vehicle hand-over service. We can also provide a full impoundment service and sell or dispose of the illegally-parked vehicle.
We don’t always need to involve the police, but we will inform them when we feel it is necessary to do so. This could be when a notice of eviction is being served or when a physical eviction is required. Government legislation advises that the police be present to prevent a breach of the peace. If the police decide an eviction is not appropriate at a particular point, it can be delayed until an agreed time. If the advice of the police is ignored, the eviction could result in assault, injury or damage to people and property. It is vital that we follow the advice of the police as you legally become responsible for the vehicles once they are on your land. This means you are also therefore responsible for any consequences resulting from the vehicles being present. Whatever happens, you can count on us to provide the accurate, up-to-date and valuable advice you need to avoid negative consequences.
The police are informed when CMD Enforcement feel it is necessary that might be when serving the notice of eviction or when a physical eviction is taking place. The Department for communities and Local Government (February 2004) advises police presence be called upon to prevent a breach of the peace. The police will also assess the situation and if their findings are that the eviction is not appropriate, then it should always be delayed until an agreed time. If a landlord chooses to ignore the police advice, he/she may find that the eviction could result in an injury, assault or damage to a person or property.
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We are also able to assist you with unwanted individuals or groups on your land, including trespassers, squatters and gypsy travellers. We have decades of experience between us and offer a national service throughout England and Wales. No client or debt is ever too big or small for us, and we also specialise in areas such as Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery, taking back premises under forfeiture of lease, recovery of B2B and non-consumer debts and Trace and Collect services. You can contact us at any point if you do have any queries about the services we offer or when you wish to instruct us to collect a debt on your behalf. To find out more about removing abandoned vehicles from private land or any other service we offer, simply call us on 0800 612 5161 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
**(Whilst you feel you may not need to take this action, once the vehicles are on your land you become responsible for them and any consequences that may occur as a result of the vehicles being there, such as; Road traffic accident, injuries to persons or damage to the vehicles.)**
Contact CMD Enforcement today for advice on your exact requirements along with any problems you are currently faced with.
Should you be having issues with human trespassers or Gypsy Travellers, please click the following link: Travellers/Squatters/Trespassers